WWE Extreme Rules event took place last Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Triple H presented his first Extreme Rules event and the results were outstanding. The event was a major success in terms of attendance and gate.

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the event truly sold out. 13,000 of the 14,500 fans there had paid admission. As a result, the event’s gate increased to nearly $1 million.

The show was a legitimate sellout. There were 14,500 fans in attendance with 13,000 paid. This also gave the event a gate of over $1 million.

At WWE Extreme Rules, Ronda Rousey challenged Liv Morgan for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in an Extreme Rules match. When all was said and done, Rousey defeated Morgan to become the new champion.


Bray Wyatt’s return at Extreme Rules caused a big impact on the WWE Universe. The moment caused great numbers on social media. Stay tuned to Ringside News for the latest news and updates.

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